News in Brief: September 10, 2015

Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon Dances Can't Sit Still at the US Open

Your mid-afternoon look at news across the web. Whether it's sports, tech or straight news stories, we've rounded up all of the information you need to know to stay informed and part of the conversation.

Today, a judge makes a major ruling in the Freddie Gray case, the NFL season kicks off, and much more. Read on for your full roundup of news in brief:

News: Judge makes major ruling in Freddie Gray case
  • The mayor of Baltimore thanked protestors for remaining peaceful as the pretrial hearing continues. Mayor Rawlings-Blake and Police Commissioner Kevin Davis said that officers have the proper training and equipment to respond appropriately if more unrest breaks out as it did following Freddie Gray's death in April.

Entertainment: Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon break out their 'Single Ladies' dance moves at the US Open

  • Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon broke out their 'Single Ladies' dance moves when they attended the U.S. open together. The pair is known for their friendship and hilarious skits on Fallon's show, but their dance moves brought their friendship to a whole new level.

Tech: Elon Musk suggests nuking Mars to make it habitable

  • Tech millionaire Elon Musk wants to make Mars habitable by dropping thermonuclear weapons on its poles. He explained this idea as a reply to Stephen Colbert's comment that Mars is not very welcoming to humankind.

Sports: NFL season kicks off tonight

  • Tonight's New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers game at 8:30 p.m. ET will officially kick off the NFL season!

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